Readers can now take a step closer and hear Blanis's compelling story in his own words; tracing his fraught relations with Jews and Christians, his desperate (and often illegal) business schemes, his disastrous strategies for advancement at the Medici Court, and his pursuit of arcane knowledge, including astrology, alchemy, and Kabbalah.
Subjects: History, Language & Literature
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